Cinnamon,Tumeric,& Superfood Benefits

The origin of Ceylon cinnamon is a spice native to Sri Lank, India, Bangladesh, and Burma, Cinnamon also known as cassia was used as a holistic healing spice in ancient times. The word Cassia is derived from the Hebrew word a form of a verb qasta, to strip bark. Cinnamon is used in a variety of dishes, supplements, snacks, toothpaste, traditional food dishes, and teas. 

The benefits of Ceylon cinnamon are; a high source of antioxidants, lowers the risk of cancer, acts as a mouth freshener, fights against  HIV virus, healthy for the heart, fights inflammation, and helps aid with candida. Ceylon cinnamon can help aide with lowering cholesterol, and aide with improving insulin response.

Resources:

Nourish by WebMD,” webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-ceylon-cinnomon#1″, n.a.,n.a, Web. April 9, 2021

Schroeder, Jake, Foods That Are Straight -Up Superfoods, “smarter.com/lifestyle/foods-straight-up-superfoods?ad=dirN&qo=serplndex&o=740011”, Web. September 14, 2020

All content is for informational purposes and is researched with the most recent data.

Karla S , Key to Health


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